HALCYON DAYS ENAMELSSophistication and Charm! I am pleased to offer absolutely beautiful , vintage and very unique, round miniature box with presentation case . Amazing designed treasure box is very well marked on the bottom with black under-glaze mark: LOGO of HALCYON DAYS ENAMELS BY APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN SUPPLIERS OF OBJETS D’ART BILSTON & BATTERSEA ENAMELS REVIVAL The information on the top of the box reads: “They’re changing guard at Buckingham Palace ” On the inside lid there is text reading: “Second Battalion Scots Guards” The original presentation case is very well marked with gold: HALCYON DAYS ENGLAND LOGO BY APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN SUPPLIERS OF OBJETS D’ART HALCYON DAYS, LONDON, Ltd; MADE IN BILSTON , ENGLAND This highly collectible hand painted box is in Excellent condition: No any damage and No restoration Size: The Box - approx. 2” by 1.5” in diameter The Case - approx. 4.3” by 2.95” by 2.35” This rare miniature trinket box came from an outstanding private collection from an estate sale in Washington DC . You will love it. PLEASE SEE PHOTOS FOR FURTHER DESCRIPTION. This is a marvelous, attractive piece. Very unique, collectible Box can be a great addition to your collection. P. S. Halcyon Days Enamels produces fine enamels, porcelain and other objects d'art. The company is honored to have been granted royal warrants by The Queen, Prince Philip, The Queen Mother and The Prince of Wales as the first ever and only 'Suppliers of Objets d'art' and is one of only eight companies to hold all four royal warrants. Halcyon Days' antiques and their contemporary designs are incomparable collectors' items, gifts par excellence. Small boxes enameled on copper were first made in England in the 1740s. England for a variety of practical purposes: to contain snuff and patches - 'beauty spots' made of black paper or taffeta - and cachous to sweeten the breath. Boxes intended for breath mints, called bonbonniere. Susan Benjamin, assisted by a team of artists, creates each Halcyon Days Enamels design in her Brook Street, London studio. In 1970 Halcyon Days began a new chapter in the history of English enamels. Susan Benjamin's design artistry combined with the manufacturer's expertise to revive the 18th century craft that produced the first Halcyon Days Enamels collection. I GUARANTEE all sales. For US buyers the shipping cost $5.00 Contact me for information on international shipping prices I gladly combine shipping. Thank you.
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